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dschwartz0815
04-30-2011, 08:08 AM
Could some one throw me their custom settings for droid overclock. Im at ultra low voltage 1.35 Ghz. I just want something stable and a little battery saving too. Thanks in advanced

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brkshr
04-30-2011, 12:52 PM
300 - 18v
600 - 33v
900 - 48v
1200 - 64v

Very stable on Gingerbread .588

edit: I also added screen off profile set at 300mhz - 600mhz, and you have to add a screen on profile for 300mhz - 1200mhz. Battery lasts 24 hours easy! I had the screen on profile set at 600mhz - 1200mhz for awhile, but it ate up the battery while I was using it. 300 - 1200 seems to not lag though, so I'm staying there for screen on.

editedit: I use the quickclock app to automatically configure OC settings, then I input the mhz that I want and click calculate to get the voltage #s. Then I input those into Droid Overclock, and those are the numbers you see above.

dschwartz0815
04-30-2011, 01:47 PM
Awesome dude thanks very much ill give it a try. Also u know what kinda quadrant scores your getting. You can check out my other post where i have my quadrant scores using my attemtp at my own custom set up

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jmartinez748
04-30-2011, 01:52 PM
I'd try out quick clock it will give you stable settings for your phone and it very easy to use and for quadrant its not a very accurate test. But if you like it who am I to tell you not to :)

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dschwartz0815
04-30-2011, 01:54 PM
Hey just set up everything. Got a 2137 on quadrant but i changed sceen on profile to 600-1200 mhz

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dbrock1980
04-30-2011, 03:53 PM
im not to concered with over clocking because i feel that it runs fine as is. what i want to do is underclock when the screen is off. do i have to set the
300 - 18v
600 - 33v
900 - 48v
1200 - 64v
to do so or do i just set a profile to runn at 300 mhz when screen is off?

brkshr
05-01-2011, 01:05 AM
I'm no expert. But almost non of the devs use quadrant scores because they are not a reliable way to gauge phones. I just go by the feel of transition times between apps and different tasks and animations. I used to have roms that had high quads, but had lag time on normal tasks, and roms with lower scores that were speedy as hell for normal operation. So I quit wasting my time worrying about quad scores. (sorry if that sounds like a rant, I don't mean it like that)


im not to concered with over clocking because i feel that it runs fine as is. what i want to do is underclock when the screen is off. do i have to set the
300 - 18v
600 - 33v
900 - 48v
1200 - 64v
to do so or do i just set a profile to runn at 300 mhz when screen is off?

dbrock- it sounds like you want the stock clocking (300, 600, 800, 1000), with lower voltages. (18, 33, 42, 52 respectively). Quick clock says I can go as low as 15v for 300mhz, but I keep it at the calculated value of 18v.
I'm not positive, but I would assume you would save battery with screen off set at 300mhz only, but if you have a download our something running in the background I would assume it would lag. I had thought about doing the same but I get great battery with 300-600 for screen off, so I'm content.

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brkshr
05-01-2011, 01:10 AM
Also, quickclock ran on your phone will configure OC setting for your hardware. Some phones can handle more or less. My phone seems to get really unstable with anything over 1300mhz.

Edit: fyi, droid overclock preset profiles seem to run really high voltage, even on ultra low voltage. And changes the lowest clock speed to anywhere from 350 to 450mhz. Also, if you try to set stock settings in droid oc, the lowest will be 350 when it should be 300mhz. So check with someone on true stock frequencies and voltages.

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